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Birkenhead Cheshire
Birkenhead St Mary Ch/CP was a Civil Parish in the county of Cheshire, in England. It was also known as Birkenhead. It was part of Birkenhead RegD/PLU (1891-1930); Wirral RegD/PLU (1836-1891); Wirral Hundred; B... more
 
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red mail Smith/Roberts family
My ggggrandfather William Smith was a Mariner who owned a packetboat called something like "Betsy & Frederick", which traded between Birkenhead and Cork. He married Sarah Roberts (previously married to a James Fazackerly) and they had a daughter, Emily (b 1859). Sarah was born in Wrexham to Edward and Mary Ann Roberts.During the 1860's the boat went down with all lives lost, including William Smith's. Sarah ended up in Barrow-In-Furness and married a Thomas Wylie from Whitehaven - another Mariner.Any information will be greatfully received.
Whelan
Hi, Researching Isaac Whelan. He was a tattoo artist on Cleveland Street, Birkenhead after the Second World War.
St Aidans College Birkenhead
I am trying to find information about my Grandma Gwen (Gwendoline) Thomas who worked in the College as a Domestic. I know she was there in 1913 when she married Robert Denman. Any information very much appreciated. Thank You
red mail WHELAN
Looking for information on the descendants of Frederic WHELAN and his wife Margaret Eleanor (nee Turner) who married in 1906. I believe they had 12 children my late Father-in-Law Thomas being one of the youngest. Any information much appreciated.
William O'Connor
William O'Connor was the third husband of my Mother, Doris Louisa White. They lived at 98 Beckwith Street, Birkenhead. My Father having died previously, William was my stepfather.
red mail Smith family
Looking for the family members of Frank Smith (abt1866-abt1933), son of Reuben Smith and wife Annie Sharpe (abt 1868-1901)
red mail c.1862 church struck by lightning
My great grandfather, Richard P. C. Sanderson, b.1858, in Tranmere, wrote of witnessing a lightning strike on a church during an electrical storm that "blew the tower off." He was a child watching from a second story window probably in the Claughton area but might have been Oxton. Does anyone know of a church being struck around 1862-1868 and, if so, the name of the church.
red mail Povall
Charles and John Povall settled in Natal South Africa around 1840. I presume they were brothers and have found out that Charles was baptised in Liverpool in 1820. Can anyone help with names of parents and any siblings who remained in England. I have details of both their spouses plus children's names and birth dates.
red mail Cartwright / Houldin
I am currently working on my tree and would appreciate any information on Cartwright / Houldin families from Birkenhead. I have managed to find info on Cartwright side from as early as 1700 but not finding information on Houldin side as easy. Would be great to share info with anyone connected to my tree :)
red mail Fitzpatrick
I'm searching for information on Michael Fitzpatrick and his wife Sarah (poss nee Byrns) They came from Wicklow Ireland around 1850 and had 4 children James,Mary,Sarah and Thomas .Sarah died in 1867 and Michael in 1873.Mary attended St Albans school and then moved to Sheffield around 1875 and married George Wells in 1878.any info appreciated.
red mail James Mills of Birkenhead
I am researching James Mills who was in Birkenhead in the 1940's. I think he was a travelling salesman before the war. He served in the army in Singapore or Malaysia and was killed in Java in 1945. Pat

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